A Level Results

Published: 17th August 2017

 

Year 13 students at The Long Eaton School, and their teachers, are celebrating today with the publication of A Level results which have again broken school records.

 

The average points score per entry, at 99.3 is the best ever achieved and continues the steady improvement sustained over a number of years.

 

52% of students achieved at least one A or A* grade or equivalent. Many students were awarded multiple top grades, including five who achieved A* and A grades in their three main A Level subjects. Three of them will be going on to study medicine at University. Another three students each achieved at least three of the top Distinction* grades in BTEC qualifications.

 

Headteacher Andy Hunt said "Everyone connected with The Long Eaton School is delighted with these results. These students have done themselves credit, including many students who have taken leadership roles and made other positive contributions to the life of the school, in addition to their academic successes. They have been able to take full advantage of our modern study facilities, and their hard work has paid off. It is a real pleasure to see them achieving their goals and, in many cases, heading off to continue their studies at university or in work-based routes such as apprenticeships.”

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